The architects of today's conservative revolution have obscured the class war that they've been waging, keeping us distracted with foreign military ventures, royals and other celebrity sightings.
Cash hoarding is a critical point in the debate about corporate taxes. If incremental after-tax profits are being deposited, lower corporate tax rates likely just produce higher piles of cash.
What have Canadians done to evoke the wrath of the heavens? It's a trifecta, folks. Harper the asbestos killer in Ottawa, Ford the city-wrecker in Toronto and Hudak the math-challenged in Ontario.
The NDP leadership has announced that Socialism, aged 215, is dead. The NDP convention was expected to remove the word "socialist" from the preamble to the party constitution.
What comes through loud and clear in the "Income in Canada" report is the fractured nature of the Canadian economy in the wake of the global recession: one part booming, the other part is busted.
Ever wondered what a living wage looks like for Canadians, and whether minimum wages get anywhere near that amount?
It has been widely reported in the Globe and elsewhere that Canada ranks number 2 in the just-released OECD Better Life Index, outstripped only by Australia.
A new progressive, grassroots tax fairness advocacy organization has just been established in Canada -- and its first initiative is a petition and campaign to stop additional corporate tax cuts.
Why is greed and love of money considered good in the case of a wealthy investor, while the wider desire for a decent living standard is considered an expectation to be curbed in ordinary citizens?
The French, unlike Canadians, have legislated a social minimum, so that no one lives below destitution. Canada had such a minimum, the Canada Assistance Program, but it was abolished by Paul Martin.